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51: The Indians of The Pacific Northwest
... and was later baptized in 1838 by Father Modest Demers, at which time Seattle adopted the Christian name "Noah". One of the major differences I noticed while researching information about Chief Seattle is that in Catholicism there is one book, I'm sure that we all have heard of it, the Bible. In Catholicism it is made up of the Old Testament and the New Testament. The Old Testament is made up of scriptures before the coming of Jesus. The New Testament is made up of scriptures written up ...
52: K.k.k.
... this creed it is rather easy to pick apart and decipher the KKK's aims and motivations. After World War I, the American people began to fear many things including immigration, separate religions such as Catholicism, alcohol, employment and their basic freedoms. By playing on people's fears, the KKK began a rise to prominence. Simmons as well as new leader, Hiram Wesley Evans promoted a 100% Americanism agenda in which ...
53: Ireland An Expansion Through
... questioning beliefs and always reforming them to suit his new state of mind. For instance Augustine’s beliefs on religion were quite exploratory. To absolve himself from his lust of the fine flesh he abandoned Catholicism for Manicheism, which had the aspects of “a little Christian symbolism, a large dose of Zoroastrian dualism, and some of the quiet refinements of Buddhism. (49)”. Although this would not satisfy his intellectual hunger and ...
54: Illumaniti
... This satanic plot was launched back in the 1760's when it first came into existence under the name of the Illuminati. This Illuminati was organized by one Adam Weishaupt who became a convert to Catholicism and later a Catholic priest. Then, at the request of the Financiers, he defected from the Catholic Church, and organized the Illuminati which was financed by the International Bankers. Every war since then, beginning with ...
55: Hiroshima 6
... engaged, was single again. Her fiance did not want to marry her because she was a hibakusha and a cripple. One of the biggest changes in Miss Sasaki's life happened when she converted to Catholicism. At first, she did not believe in it. However, one day after feeling a burst of joy, she converted herself. She knew that she wouldn't get married so she became a nun. Miss Sasaki ...
56: History Of Kosovo- Related To
... their land came under the rule of Turkey. For centuries later, the population on the now Turk-held areas continued to have a ethnic Serbian Majority, with other tribes, including Albanians. With other peoples came Catholicism, but Serb religious leaders had a sort of reformation of its own, if an effort to let their people resist Catholic influence. Records of Catholic Visitators counted populations of the area to be mainly Serbian ...
57: Elizabeth 1
... Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn, she was declared illegitimate after her mother's execution. Parliament reestablished her in succession in 1544. Imprisoned as rallying point for discontented Protestants, she regained freedom by outward conformity to Catholicism. On her succession England's low fortunes included religious strife, a huge government debt, and failure in wars with France. Her reign took England through one of its greatest periods. It produced such men as ...
58: Dominican Republic
... life expectancy from birth is for males 65 years and for females 69 years. Out of 100,000 live births 61.4% of the babies die. The start religion for the Dominican Republic is Roman Catholicism. Over 90% of the population is Catholic. Free public education is offered through the high school level and attendance is mandatory through the 6th grade. A lot of the Dominicans don't finish school for ...
59: Developement Of Europe
... was used as a term of abuse. At this time, during the Reign of Terror in particular, France was moving toward a more republican form of government. During their attempt at the Republic of Virtue Catholicism was a focal point of attack. These attacks ended up fueling divisions that in the end proved to be fatal for the republican government. What some people saw as the future, others disliked and associated ...
60: Cao Daiism
... is no statistic with regards to the Vietnamese Cao Dai population in the United States, but Canh estimates it at between 15,000 and 20,000 (Canh). An interesting parallel exists between Cao Daiism and Catholicism. Cao Dai has a governing body, the Cuu-Trung-Dai (College of Men), that bears a striking resemblance to that of the Catholic Church. There is one Giao-Tong (Pope) who leads the Cuu Trung ...

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